“The location is fantastic; it's like having dinner at an amazing little Italian Bistro that only the locals know about.”
“was told that even if the pies are not made yet they were "stacked" and could not be changed, but they said it was not a problem for me to order an additional pie.”
“Our waiter was attentive, offered to set up an umbrella on our table when he noticed the sun was getting overwhelming, and consistently checked on our drink levels to make sure we never needed to ask for a refill.”
“Adrienne's pizza on romantic Stone Street”
“The anitpasta plates looked amazing too, and there was a decent selection of wines by the glass for about $8 average, not too bad in a place that seems like it could jack its prices up b/c of all the yuppies around!”
“Adrienne's Pizza Bar is our new favorite restaurant - best”
“will never go back and don't recommend this restaurant to anyone looking to get away from the office for a break.”
“Don't get me wrong: the pizza at Adrienne's is pretty good and the ambiance within the place is nice too, but the service in there is nothing short of despicable.”
“If I had known that Adrienne's was supposed to be "fast" food--I would have gone to the corner "pizza by the slice" place and would have paid a more reasonable price and would have been treated more politely.”
“"Nutela Eclair" was one of the unique dessert that I had for a long time.”
A rare specialist in the thin, square-crust pizza known as "grandma pies" or "nona pies," this excellent pizzeria is an offshoot of the much-admired Nick's of Forest Hills, and related to the also praiseworthy Dean's. The point being that these guys have a great hand at Italian-American standards, and thus it isn't surprising that they have the best pizza in the area.
Very Good Pizza.
A great place to hangout in the warmer weather with it's outdoor cobblestone dining area. It is in a happening part of Manhattan next door to Ulysse's Pub!
The Old Fashioned Square Pizza is excellent and always perfectly cooked! The crust is thin and super crispy and one person can devour a whole pizza, it is that good.
So if you find yourself in the Wall Street area give this place a try you won't be disappointed.
Best pizza in NYC (beats Grimaldi's in Brooklyn).
This is the best thin crust pizza you can get in NYC and I really mean it when I say that it beats Brooklyn's Grimaldi's.
The pizza is amazing and the atmosphere is very cool and chic. And you do not even need to put up with the huge line that you face at Grimaldi's.
I used to work close to this place and tried them many times, they never failed to deliver amazing pizza every time I eat there.
I love this place!!!!!!. the pizza is awesome ... so who cares
Different but excellent. Had a great time there on a recent Friday night. I wasn't expecting a rectangular pizza but apparently that's how they make 'em here. I was very pleasantly surprised. They weren't skimpy with the toppings, the sauce and cheese were very good and the pizza just tasted very fresh. Have to admit that we had leftovers and the pizza tasted even better the next day. Not cheap, but worth it for what you get.
Fantastic pizza in Fidi. Great location on Stone St, this is consistently amazing pizza. Closest thing I can find to Lombardi's, which is my fav. Nice setting, friendly servers, cool vibe make this place a no brainer for anyone living in the neighborhood.
My wife and I stayed Downtown for the night and were informed that Adrienne's Pizza Bar was the place to go for great Italian. We walked in and were very excited to try the Pizza. We ordered the Antipasto to share and were very disappointed. The plate was ice cold and asked if the food were newly prepared we were told yes. Low and behold the plate was taken from the cooler and served to us. Disappointment has set in. The waiter was a YES man. Every question we asked the answer was yes, not an honest answer. The Pizza was OK, not as great as our recommendations.
We will stick to some of the other traditional pizza haunts in NYC.
unique and excellent pizza in snazzy atmosphere. Live nearby and absolutely love Adrienne's. We've gone there several dozen times at this point, and have taken many of our visitors there. Everyone is always thoroughly impressed. A Long Island native pizza connoisseur dubbed it the best pepperoni pizza he'd ever had. You may have to wait awhile for delivery, but they're usually up-front about delays. We've never experienced any problems with the service there, and even if we had, I don't think it'd matter. It's that good. Old Fashioned Pepperoni.
great!. i just moved to the Financial District and have been checking out places in the neighborhood. Stone Street is HOPPING. The happy hours there are a little too meat-markety for me, but it's pretty much worth it for the pizza at Adrienne's. My boyfriend and I had one of the old fashioned pies that had sausage on, and it was a-mah-zing. I'll probably stick to delivery from here on in since the interior's a little sterile for my taste, but the pizza really is some of the best I've ever had.
Best Pizza in NYC. My husband works in the Financial Districy and he has been telling me about the best pizza he's ever had--Adrienne's Pizza. Well, i finally made it out toeat with him last week, and he was not exaggerating one bit! The pizza at Adrienne's was honestly the best pizza I've ever put in my mouth!!! We ordered two pizzas: the margherita pizza and the four cheese pizza. Both were beyond delicious and lived up to everything my husband had described!! We are thrilled to have friends coming in town soon and we are going to shpow them exactly why NYC is known for its pizza--we are taking them to eat the best pizza in nyc at Adrienne's!!
Great pizza!. I ordered from this place and loved the pizza, so when I heard it was on the happening Stone Street a couple of friends and I decided to check it out. Stone Street is a great hangout and Adrienne's is great pizza and friendly service! The anitpasta plates looked amazing too, and there was a decent selection of wines by the glass for about $8 average, not too bad in a place that seems like it could jack its prices up b/c of all the yuppies around! Definitely recommend. The old-fashioned pizza is square and a little thicker (good for 3 people) and the 10-inches are SUPER thin, so good for 1 hungry person or 2 people.
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